Young Guns 13 WINNERS

2015: This is remembered as being the "tough" year; while the number of submissions remained high, the jury was very unforgiving when it came to work that displayed the slightest hint of mediocrity They held up every entry to the highest possible standards, and in the end, only nineteen Young Guns 13 winners were selected — the smallest list in Young Guns history.

The Young Guns 13 Cube, designed by YG10 winners Dark Igloo alongside design studio Chen&Kai, is comprised of personal and professional objects acquired from all twelve previous Young Guns classes, broken down and embedded into a truly individual trophy. When the winners received their hard-earned honors on September 17, 2015, they weren't just making history, they were taking home a piece of it too.


Eric Amaral Rohter

ANTI Bergen

Eric Amaral Rohter is Associate Creative Director and Partner at ANTI Bergen—an internationally acclaimed Norwegian creative agency with a global client base. His work focuses largely on design, branding, communication strategy and technology, with an emphasis on simplicity, storytelling and creating a unique experience.
Having grown up in the cosmopolitan meccas of Mexico City, Rio de Janeiro, Miami and Washington, DC, he draws creative inspiration from a vast repository of cultural influences and artistic forms. Originally from the U.S., Eric now lives and works in Bergen, Norway.
His work has received international recognition from distinguished publications, organisations, and competitions, including Cannes Lions (winning Grand Prix in Design at Cannes 2014), Art Directors Club, The One Show, European Design Awards, Type Directors Club, Society of Publication Designers, HOW International, Print Magazine, and Communication Arts.




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